Welcome to the KO Telemedicine Website!

KO Telemedicine will improve health for all First Nations Communities through a sustainable First Nations Telemedicine Program that is holistic, community driven and culturally appropriate.

KO Telemedicine (KOTM) delivers clinical, educational and administrative services via videoconferencing and advanced information communication technologies to First Nation communities in Ontario.

KO eHealth News

Virtual Emergency Support Coordinator

The Virtual Emergency Support Coordinator is the lead of the Virtual Emergency Support Program under the directions of the KOeTS Director. S/he coordinates the implementation of program expansion. S/he is responsible for engaging the program partners, health care professions as well as providing the required training. S/he leads the discussions with communities carry out the communication with Chiefs and Councils and Health teams.

KO eHealth - Invitation to Participate

Partnering with First Nations has always been a priority for Ontario Telemedicine Network (OTN) and its partners at Keewaytinook Okimakanak eHealth Telemedicine Services (KOeTS). Today, there are 70 First Nation communities using telemedicine to access clinical, educational and administrative health services. Using room-based videoconferencing systems, patients in these communities connect with clinicians and specialists across Ontario through real-time video, saving them the stress, time and costs associated with travel.

KO eHealth - Directory Development Coordinator /Assistant Navigator

Reporting to the Clinical Services Coordinator (CSC), the Directory Development Coordinator (DDC)/Assistant Navigator is responsible for the development of the Aboriginal Directory in collaboration with the Ontario Telemedicine Network. In addition to the development and updating of the OTN Directory, the DDC will assist the Regional Telemedicine Navigator with the coordination of telemedicine consults.

The KO eHealth Newsletter for Fall 2016 is now available!

The KO eHealth Fall 2016 Newsletter is now available! 
Please click here to view it

Making Health Services Accessible for Remote and Isolated First Nations in Ontario's Far North

Our Annual Report is now avaliable. [ KOeTS AR 2014-15 ]

KO eHealth's Winter Newsletter is now available!

Greetings everyone!